Speaker Details

Mr. Daniel Amstutz

Senior Transportation Planner

Town of Arlington


Daniel Amstutz, AICP has extensive experience in bicycle and pedestrian planning, including infrastructure improvements, safety, programming, and data collection. He is passionate about the connection between active transportation and land use, context-sensitive urban design, and the creation of places for people that are equitable, safe, increase social activity, and connect people to the natural environment. He recently became the Senior Transportation Planner for the Town of Arlington, Massachusetts, after spending five years as the Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator for the City of Greensboro, North Carolina. At Greensboro he updated the Greensboro Bicycle, Pedestrian, Trails and Greenways Master Plan for the City and MPO, oversaw the development of the municipal LimeBike bike share program, provided leadership on bicycle planning to more than double the city's on-street bicycle facilities, created the first Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee for the MPO, and coordinated with local and regional partners to plan paved multi-use paths for non-motorized users. He received his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Master's degree in Public Administration from Clark University, and his second Master's degree in City Planning from Boston University.


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